"I don't no what I'm doing." John Ralph Tuccitto
John Ralph Tuccitto was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. As of writing 'Dis-eased' he was thirty-seven years old, married with a three-year-old daughter.
With a "passion" for honesty, John explores his mind without fear or trepidation. He was diagnosed bipolar in November 2014 after experiencing psychosis, a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so impaired that contact is lost with external reality; briefly in his case. His goal is to crush the stigma of mental illness in the workplace by sharing his perspective and what he has learned from the other side. John leverages his 14 years experience as a visual & user experience designer to help visualize and explain the intangible mechanisms that both plague and complement human connection. His poetic style is an acquired taste for those who truly value original ideas that refines the sphere of reality to a point.
Outside of writing, John enjoys drawing, reading non-fiction, fishing and collecting retro video games.
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How does someone avoid debate when it comes to giving one's opinion?
Can you be forced or compelled into being a good person or can genuine goodness of the heart only be voluntary?
Ask the people who benefit from the deed cares if the generosity was influenced or voluntary.
What exists only to mess with us?
What is the optimal manner in which caregivers should teach their children about what love is?
Love is transparent affection.
When has everyone stood up and clapped?
I am allergic to applause.
Why does a group of people clapping always get faster?
It's like sledding on a soccer field. You just sit there. Clapping tilts the field until is becomes a slope. If the cadence doesn't escalate, the sled will stop accelerating. I guess groups wish to escalate the thrill until it tops out. It annoys me personally.
What are blind spots in psychology?
Fear wields ignorance to steer your intrigue towards triggers that dissuade your curiosity from persevering.
Is freedom a dumb concept?
Freedom is the desire to escape oppression. It's a moving target, and it's unconcerned with who or what it impacts. I suppose if you believe there is no such thing as freedom, your escape rests on those who try in vain (for your amusement). That's your freedom.
Are hierarchies avoidable? Is the very existence of and ideal oppressive? Without an ideal to strive toward, how can society be ordered?
Food chain. Survival is-was our ideal. We've lost sight of that because convenience is our ideal. In a hierarchy what ideal wins? Survival or convenience? If you're starving; survival. If you're lazy; convenience. In a hierarchy what is oppression? "I'm not getting my way." In a survival situation you can't blame nature, you can only respect it. We are not nature because our ideal is convenience. Inconvenience is our oppression.
Is there or is there not anything objectively right or wrong that is independent of human opinion?
Look at politics. Look at how news corps stay in business purely by painting their opposition as inferior. It's a fucking racket. These rackets exist because none of us are objective.: there is only profit. What is profitable is predictable. Humans are predictable, not objective. Ask me how I know...
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the "thrill" of ad-lib
What's the worst that can happen?
The "boredom" of joy
What's the best that could happen?
Video Game-room Tour
I have a fun side of me.
Office Tour (Think Tank)
The process of charting a dis-eased mind started back in 2013. My office is a think-tank which I explored the deepest darkest depths of my shame. It eventually led to the creation of my book 'Dis-eased.' I've run out of room so I can't really expand but I do use a lot of post-it notes to iterate on ideas I have.